Learn about campus landmarks and amenities from the people who use them every day – our students!
Liberty Mountain Campus East provides on-campus apartment-style living. Each unit offers free laundry, private bathrooms, and a shared kitchen and living room. Plus, Campus East residents enjoy easy access to David’s Place fitness facility and several dining options.
Conduct research in one of our Center for Natural Sciences’ six research labs using professional equipment like a gene sequencer, fluorescent microscope, and more! This 135,000-square-foot building also includes a 300-seat lecture hall and plenty of space for quiet study.
The Freedom Tower houses our John W. Rawlings School of Divinity, the world’s largest school for religious studies and ministerial training. Enjoy a 360-degree view of campus from the top floor or check out a collection of rare books and Bibles in the Rawlings Scriptorium Museum.
Relive your favorite high school sports or cheer on your friends with Intramural Sports. Choose from 20+ sports like beach volleyball, soccer, and basketball to reduce stress and stay healthy!
Study with friends, grab a hot drink from Argo Tea, or get help with research at the Jerry Falwell Library. With almost half a million books, countless electronic resources, and study spaces for any student, the library is an essential resource to academic success.
Take a group exercise class, get your heart pumping, lift some weights, or enjoy a game of pickup basketball at our state-of-the-art fitness center. With facilities like a 25-meter pool, basketball courts, and a rock wall, you’re sure to find an activity you love.
Enjoy an afternoon hammocking at Hydaway Outdoor Recreation Center or a sunset from the LU Monogram on Liberty Mountain. The mountain borders Campus East and provides many outdoor recreation opportunities such as 50+ miles of trails, an outdoor snowless ski slope, an equestrian center, and more.
Montview Student Union is a central gathering space on campus. With several dining locations, including Woodfire Pizza Company and Starbucks, and entertainment options like an 8-lane bowling alley, the Montview is a favorite place to study and play.
Cheer on our Swimming & Diving teams at our 75,000-square-foot aquatics facility! With seating for more than 1,400 spectators, you’ll enjoy watching races, dives, and triathlons.
Our newest residence halls, the Residential Commons, offer centrally-located, hotel-style living. Residents enjoy private bathrooms, generous closet space, and co-ed meeting rooms and a laundry room on every floor.
Our newest academic building – the School of Business – features a stock trading simulation room and other high-tech resources for future business leaders. Develop a business idea with help from our Center for Entrepreneurship or sharpen your boardroom presentation skills in one of the building’s many conference rooms.
Hone your craft or enjoy a concert in one of the nation’s largest schools of music. Our All-Steinway School is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for budding musicians, producers, and teachers.
Ranked #4 on BestColleges.com’s 2019 Best Dining Halls list, The Food Court at Reber-Thomas is our main dining hall on campus. It features over 20 food stations, including an allergen-free station and vegetarian options.
Enjoy the largest rooms on campus, outdoor fire pits, and newly-renovated facilities on the Hill. Located right next to the student union and the dining hall, the Hill is perfect for any student who values convenience.
The Liberty Arena — a 4,000-seat, 125,000-square-foot facility that opened in 2020 — is home to Liberty volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball. This arena provides Flames fans with an exciting, intimate atmosphere and a front-row seat to all the action.
Williams Stadium is home to our NCAA Division I football team! In 2018, a stadium expansion brought the capacity to 25,000, giving fans plenty of space to cheer on the Flames. The stadium also hosts our annual Commencement exercises.